Otago regional councillors are saying egos are getting in the way of working together with the Dunedin City Council and the chairman has singled out the mayor.
Southern leaders are welcoming the certainty a new traffic light system will bring for businesses despite lingering questions about how vaccine passports are going to work.
Police arrested a 61-year-old Dunedin man today after they say officers found prohibited ammunition and a firearm unlawfully in his possession.
Otago regional councillor Michael Laws says the code of conduct complaint against him has cast a shadow over business at the council.
Otago endowment land once earmarked for protection was passed over by the Department of Conservation due to its low conservation value, the department says.
The number of University of Otago students facing life with a disability could be more than 1500, Otago Disabled Students’ Association president Lauren Dewhirst says.
Six60 has bought their former Castle St flat, and with the University of Otago the band will help Dunedin’s next generation of aspiring performers get closer to their dreams.
A 17-year-old boy is to appear in the Dunedin Youth Court today, following an arrest involving a taser in the central city.
Dunedin Hospital is no longer at capacity following the Southern District Health Board's declaration of a "code black" earlier today.
A new treatment for a major killer of people with type-2 diabetes could be in the works after a significant University of Otago discovery.
Even Aurora Energy’s lower price hikes due to take effect next month could hurt some Otago families, a University of Otago researcher says.
Sustainability work happening across the province is being mapped by five Dunedin-based students for Otago’s Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) for Sustainability.
Interest in coastal properties in Dunedin is as high as ever despite warnings intense storms, increased floods and rising insurance premiums will batter owners’ bottom lines.
A young male New Zealand sea lion is turning heads on a more than 25km swim up the swollen Taieri River.
The breach in a Taieri River floodbank that kept the Otago Regional Council and farmers busy when the river rose with heavy rain at the weekend was caused by an old steel pipe, of unknown origin.
Despite record high prices and "immense" competition, first-home buyers are making up an increasing part of the Southern real estate market.